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USAA’s new Residential Re 2018-2 cat bond upsized to $200m

The new catastrophe bond that is being marketed on behalf of long-standing catastrophe bond sponsor insurer USAA has upsized, we understand, with the Residential Reinsurance 2018 Ltd. (Series 2018-2) multi-peril cat bond deal now set to complete offering the firm $200 million of fully-collateralized protection.At launch the deal, which is read the full article →

USAA returns for $150m Residential Re 2018-2 catastrophe bond

Long-standing catastrophe bond sponsoring insurer USAA is returning to the capital markets for yet another slice of collateralized reinsurance protection with a $150 million or greater sized Residential Reinsurance 2018 Ltd. (Series 2018-2) new multi-peril cat bond deal.This is USAA's 32nd catastrophe bond issuance that it has sponsored, since its read the full article →

USAA to settle for $300m Residential Re 2018 cat bond, at low pricing

U.S. primary military mutual insurer USAA is set to secure a $300 million multi-year and multi-peril source of fully-collateralized reinsurance through the issuance of its latest catastrophe bond Residential Reinsurance 2018 Ltd. (Series 2018-1), with pricing that has settled below the initial spread guidance.This is USAA's 31st time of sponsoring read the full article →

Residential Re 2018 cat bond target jumps to $325m for USAA

The top-end of the target size for U.S. primary military mutual insurer USAA's latest, the Residential Reinsurance 2018 Ltd. (Series 2018-1) transaction, has been lifted to as much as $325 million, an 85% increase on the launch size and at the same time the pricing is set to drop.USAA, the read the full article →

Residential Re 2018 cat bond launched at $175m for USAA

U.S. primary military mutual insurer USAA is back to sponsor its 31st catastrophe bond issuance with a $175 million Residential Reinsurance 2018 Ltd. (Series 2018-1) transaction, that seeks aggregate reinsurance protection against losses from multiple catastrophe and weather perils.USAA is the most prolific catastrophe bond sponsor still, with regular issuances read the full article →